Iris-Scanning Rearview Mirrors Shown at CES 2019. (The News Wheel, 1/30/2019)
Seat settings. Check.
Listening preference and volume setting. Check, check.
And then there's the creepy stuff.
Now for the dystopian side of things: The iris scanning system will also act like an A.I. assistant by keeping tabs on where and when you stopped for gas, purchase history, where you were going on such and such date. Remember localized info of what temperature you like is fine, but when it comes to acting like a search history that shows everywhere you’ve been and what you’ve done in the car, it quickly turns bad.
Gentex, the company that created this technology, sez it's a few years away from general use.
Other 2019 CES posts:
AVidea Group Safe Zone Gunfire Detector. (12/5/2018)
FADES auto-darkening eyewear. (12/7/2018)
Estelle Costanza does not approve of this car porn. (12/12/2018)
Smart smoke detectors. (12/15/2018)
LG CineBeam Laser 4K projector. (12/22/2018)
Poopy diaper alarm for harried parents. (12/25/2018)
Twice breathlessly promotes the "Clash of the Robovacs". (12/28/2018)
Don't worry, you won't have to throw away your stupid shoes. (12/31/2018)
Samsung is building The Wall. (1/6/2019)
Hypnbos smart sleep mask. (1/8/2019)
Hyundai creates a car with body parts. (1/9/2019)
Intimate messager banned, gender bias alleged. (1/13/2019)
Why brush? Because they'll soon be Y-Brush! (1/13/2019)
Auto Sense wireless charger car mount. (1`/13/2019)
EyeForcer improves posture without nagging parents. (1/14/2019)
Quell your pain. (1/17/2019)
Muse 2. (1/17/2019)
Augment your view of the world with Focals by North. (1/18/2019)
Opte Intelligent Beauty Wand. (1/20/2019)
Bell Nexus autonomous flying taxi. (1/21/2019)
Sit tight, she'll be back in a month with a followup report. (1/22/2019)
Swidget will help you with device overload -- and keep your home much warmer than it needs to be. (1/27/2019)